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Vocabulary Level B – Unit 3
literate: (adj.) able to read and write; showing an excellent educational background; having knowledge or training
constituent: (n.) an essential part; a voter who elects a representative
miscellaneous: (adj.) mixed, of different kinds
upright: (adj.) vertical, straight; good, honest (adv.) in a vertical position
goad: (v.) to drive or urge on (n.) something used to drive or urge on
indulge: (v.) to give in to a wish or desire, give oneself up to
luster: (n.) the quality of giving off light, brightness, glitter
oration: (n.) a public speech for a formal occasion
loom: (v.) to come into view; to appear in exaggerated form (n.) a machine for weaving
seethe: (v.) to boil or foam; to be excited or disturbed
hanker: (v.) to long (for), to desire
peevish: (adj.) cross, complaining, irritable; contrary
drone: (n.) a loafer, idler; a buzzing or humming sound; a remote-control device; a male bee (v.) to make a buzzing sound; to speak in a dull tone of voice
culminate: (v.) to reach a high point of development; to end, climax
animated: (adj.) full of life, lively, alive; (part.) moved to action
verify: (v.) to establish the truth or accuracy of, confirm
singe: (v.) to burn slightly (n.) a burn at the ends or edges
brood: (n.) a family of animals, especially birds; any group having the same nature and origin (v.) to think over in a worried, unhappy way
unique: (adj.) one of a kind; unequaled; unusual; found only in a given class, place, or situation
downright: (adv.) thoroughly (adj.) absolute, complete; frank, blunt
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